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PostSubject: The Simple Future…through a Complex Present   Fri Jan 16, 2009 12:18 am


You can teach the Simple Future through a living context, a common-context situation, to make the student learn, and forever, its real concept and how to build it following accurate rules and already proven theories.

Here is a poem/song with an appropriate way of Future-Building, easy to teach and to learn.

You can choose whatever stanza you think will fit your pupils’ level (MS1- MS2- MS3 or MS4).

Wish you’ll find it useful.

I’m still alive!

I’m still alive, forever free
I’m still alive
Wherever you go you’ll find me
I am not dead
On every wall you’ll read my name
I’m still alive
And my shadow will fill your home
I am not dead
My grave will echo with my voice
I’m still alive
Close now your ears or close your eyes
Here I am!
Look how so bad now is your doom
As you feel lost
Pouring down bombs on home and tomb
Fearing my ghost
You know as everyone does know
I won’t die
For ever you will be my foe
Play now the game
Kill and burn as you feel no shame
This is your verve
Blood, iron and fire build your fame
‘Cause I’m alive
Although my body is all cut
I’m still alive
Every part will stand up and fight
I am not dead
Here I am in front of you
Look at my face
Kill me again, I’ll rise anew
With a new pace!
Look at my peers so strong and wise
Laugh now or cry
And you so tiny just big in size
You know well why
In Eden Gardens my soul will lie
Don’t you know?
And you will eat a fire-pie
Stand now or bow
Oh, Mum and Dad say to Brother
Keep to the stand
We’ll meet one day with each other
So glad and proud

Away, away, this is my Land
You have no say
Jerusalem and Gaza will end
For good your stay!
Away, away, away, away
You have no stay
Away, away, away, away
This is my Day!

Samia Belarbi

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PostSubject: Not only the tense...   Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:10 am

Thanks again for the interesting poems.

This one is the best. I believe it doesn't teach only the tense but it roots and revives values. Human values are almost gone and your works try to make them survive.
For the good of humanity, keep it up.
I bow.

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